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Open letter
"The detention of migrants and refugees in Libya is rotten to the core. It must be named for what...
Article
MSF concluded that the organisation was unable to sign the code as several of its key concerns and...
Press release
Report
“Vulnerable people are falling through the cracks and are not been adequately identified and cared...
Article
“People here have been displaced and many have been victims of violence. Our team will do our...
Press release
Updates
“This event forced us to evacuate part of our team and reduce our activities at a time when people...
Press release
Updates
Despite our efforts, and the escalation in violence in DRC and more particularly in North Kivu, MSF...
Press release
Updates
"Our greatest fear is that many of the most urgent cases are dying on the battlefield, unable to...
Updates
Statement
MSF suspends activities in Kidal, Mali after a third robbery and attempted break-in
Press release
Reports from doctors MSF supports in the area outline grave incidents on 29 and 30 April in which...
Research and Analysis
The Centre for Applied Reflection on Humanitarian Practice documents and reflects upon the...
Report
This paper attempts to offer a reflection on the subject of risk acceptance, and some of the...
Statement
Kenya's proposal to close Dadaab refugee camps would have devastating and long-lasting consequences...
Open letter
What was the physical description of the intended target provided by the Afghan forces and how did...
Campaigns
On Tuesday May 3rd, the UN Security Council will vote on a resolution designed to stop future attacks against hospitals, patients and civilians in war zones. Help us make sure the resolution is as strong as possible!
Publications
Report
This site presents the rules of humanitarian law applicable to the protection and assistance of victims of conflicts and crisis.
Research and Analysis
MSF's Research Unit on Humanitarian Stakes and Practices (UREPH) is pleased to announce the...

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